If your counselor is unable to sign the form digitally, then an email can be sent
on behalf of the student to the firstname.lastname@example.org inbox. The email must come from the counselor's work (school) email. The email should
include the student's High School Concurrent Enrollment application, the courses the
counselor approves the student for in the body of the email, and an unofficial transcript.
No need for seal or digital signature so long as the email says they approve the enrollment. The
application for summer semester requires the principal's signature.
If the principal is unable to sign the form digitally, then the counselor can forward
the paperwork to the principal. The principal can then forward the email to the email@example.com inbox, and indicate they approve the student for SUMMER 2020 enrollment. The principal
does not have to sign the form so long as they provide their approval from their school
Students must have completed 8th grade by the time the summer session starts and be
at least 13 years of age. (Proof of successful completion of the 8th grade must be
submitted to the Admissions office by the end of week 1 in the summer session or the
student will be dropped.) Students who have completed 12th grade are NOT eligible
to enroll in this special program. However, they can enroll as traditional college
students at SMC and we encourage them to do so.
We encourage families to get the High School Concurrent application process completed
by this deadline to make sure that folks have their "ducks in a row" for the May 12th
enrollment date. IF YOU HAVE MISSED THE MAY 1 DEADLINE- You can still apply. You have
not missed your opportunity! We just encourage you to turn in your forms ASAP so you
don't miss the May 12th enrollment date.
Once your application has been turned in and approved-you will receive information
about how to self enroll for the summer. You will have access to self enroll on May 12 at 7 a.m. through the SMC Corsair Connect student portal. You will need
your student ID number and password to complete the enrollment process. Have a variety
of courses in mind (4-5), just in case your top choice isn't available when you log
in to enroll.
That's okay. You can enroll anytime after that date/time. That will be the earliest
that you will have access to the enrollment system and we want you to have the best
selection of class offerings possible.
Please write in the options you're hoping to take. We cannot accept the form with that section left blank. *Please make sure the counselor also writes in the course names- not just "Summer
SMC Classes." We cannot accept vague approval language. Be specific please or the
form will be returned to you.
The summer 6-week session begins June 22 and ends July 31. You are enrolling in a
6-week program and should plan on attending all sessions during the summer session.
Because of COVID-19, all course offerings will happen remotely. Students will take
their classes from the comfort of their own home.
View the class options and course descriptions and rank your preferences. When you
get your enrollment date (May 12 at 7 a.m.), you will be able to log into the Corsair Connect enrollment system to add into your
Speak to your academic counselor at school and come up with a plan that works best
with your interests. Have a variety of courses in mind (4-5), just in case your top
choice isn't available when you log in to enroll. These courses need to also be listed
on your Concurrent Enrollment Form as well.
Your enrollment date will be May 12 at 7 a.m. (or anytime after that date.) Details on how to enroll will be provided to you before that date. Be sure to submit
your application and have it authorized in the Admissions Office by May 1.
Tuition is FREE for all resident students physically attending high school in California;
a savings of $138 to $276 for a typical High School Concurrent Enrollment program
participant. However, there is a mandatory health fee of $16 that is required. More details about fees for high school students.
All students must pay this fee to support the health services provided on campus.
Exemptions are made for students who can provide documentation from a religious organization/authority
stating clearly that they rely "exclusively on the power of prayer for healing." Student's
requesting to be exempt from the Health Fees must fill out the Special consideration petition (Student info & Reason fields only) and submit documentation to the Admissions and
$19 student health fee (Mandatory fee- See above for more information) $19.50 Associated Student Body Fee (Optional fee, but this is so you will have access
to the campus computer labs and can ride the Big Blue Bus Any line Any time.) $13 ID Card fee (Optional fee, but this is so you can show your current AS sticker
and gain access to the on-campus labs and services.) $2 Student Representation fee (Optional fee, but this provides support for student
government representatives who may be presenting positions and viewpoints to representatives,
offices, and agencies of local, district, and state governments.)
This program is very similar in that you will be taking college classes and getting
college credit as a high school student. You will also be given extra counseling support
this summer through our Outreach office.
You can take up to two courses. These are intensive time commitments so we encourage
you to balance what you hope to achieve this summer so you're more likely to be successful
and have a fun summer!
Refer to the Course Catalog and the descriptions provided there. You're also welcome to contact the Outreach
counselor assigned to this program.
Discuss with your high school counselor to look at options for getting high school
No, this is a college campus experience and your students will be responsible for
getting to their classes. Staff will be available for the first few days to answer
any questions and help students find where they need to go.
Communicate directly with the faculty member about attendance questions/issues. Please
know that this is a college experience- so missing classes will make keeping up with
the material difficult.
Students may purchase a parking permit through Corsair Connect (the student enrollment
portal) after being enrolled into the class. Students are encouraged to use the Metro
Expo Line and the Big Blue Bus (bus sticker available for $19.50). For more information,
visit Parking Information.